From what I have been studying the last few weeks it looks like it is currently "THE" yo-yo to have. It is kind of expensive and I don't want to start right out with practicing with it so tonight I put the MOD Spacers in my Duncan PRO Z to make it a string trick yo-yo. I will start learning how to do the bind either tonight or tomorrow.
I started trying to do binds last night with my PRO Z. I kind of sort of did maybe 2 or 3. It is more difficult then I thought. It reminds me of when I started out juggling. I will take my PRO Z with me today and work on binds if I get a chance.
I tried to do the bind that they show in the Yomega Mania DVD and that other video without hardly any success. So I started thinking about it and trying other things and came up with this way on my own before finding this video. If you can tell there is a big difference in the way the 2 are done. Most of the tutorial videos are telling you to catch the yoyo on the string to do the bind and saying it is the easiest way (lie). It is far easier to place the yoyo string in the yoyo grove like is being done in this video.
it depends looking at both I would think it might depend on the person sort of like tieing your shoe lefty's tend to do it one way righty's another point being which ever one makes it so you get the trick good luck PD never was good with yo-yo's myself
We are getting ready to go shopping today ;D I am putting together a tool box for my yo-yos. Right now I have a PLANO 3650N and I will be needing more boxes like this and I see that PLANO has a bag to keep them together in called a speed bag. I am going to see if Walmart has that.